Bluegrass Moon (Dwrigger-Drle Outpost)

Andrew Reinhard, 2019

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Introduction

Bluegrass Moon (Dwrigger-Drle Outpost)

The Bluegrass Moon orbits the Bluegrass Planet and marks an instance where one player settlement in a shared system likely overwrote another. Based on the dates of the waypoints discovered on each world, both were settled at roughly the same time, with the Serenity Villa built first on the planet, followed later by Dwrigger-Drle Outpost on the moon. The moon outpost is a typical human settlement and is neither farm nor memorial. A handful of communication stations surround the base, with others placed next to two additional unclaimed base units indicating intent to settle (although none did). One feature unique to Bluegrass Moon is a "natural" rock formation in the shape of an "e", which one visitor marked with a communication station, the first time in this project that a Hub player marked a natural feature as opposed to anything created by a fellow human player.

This is the 33rd site investigated by Andrew Reinhard for the No Man's Sky Archaeological Project, conducted side-by-side with the 32nd site of Serenity Villa on the nearby Bluegrass Planet.